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The deployment allocation failed due to an internal error. RRS feed

  • Question

  • We are trying to deploy a cloud service to the staging slot, but we get the following error:

    New-AzureDeployment : Compute.InternalError : The deployment allocation failed due to an internal error. Please retry later or in a different region.

    We have tried several times, but it keeps giving this error. Deploying the same package to another region works fine. I tried to remove the cloud service completely and recreate it, but this doesn't seem possible. The following error is shown.

    Unable to delete domain name 'xxx': 'Windows Azure is currently performing an operation on this hosted service that requires exclusive access.'.

    It seems that there is some kind of operation that prevents any actions on this cloud service. Can I see what is going on?

    Tuesday, September 19, 2017 9:52 AM

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  • As you mentioned, “Deploying the same package to another region works fine”, which region are you trying to deploy?

    Note: You cannot delete a Cloud Services while performing an operation, Kindly wait until an operation to complete.

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    Tuesday, September 19, 2017 11:06 AM
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  • The deployment to the WestEU region failed. The WestUS region worked fine. We now get a different error message:

    New-AzureDeployment : Networking.DeploymentVNetAddressAllocationFailure : Unable to allocate the required address spaces for the deployment in a new or predefined subnet that is contained within the specified virtual network.


    Tuesday, September 19, 2017 12:04 PM
  • This error occurs while deploying Cloud Services into a virtual network and subnets:

    ·         You've run out of IP addresses in the subnet you are trying to deploy into. The number within parenthesis is the number of available addresses in this subnet. Make sure you aren't deploying more than what is available. 

    ·         You aren't deploying all of your roles into the same Virtual Network. Each role in your cloud service needs it's own to include it in the virtual network.

    For more details, refer “Troubleshooting allocation failure when you deploy Cloud Services in Azure”.

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    Tuesday, September 19, 2017 2:10 PM
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